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November 20, 1986

Henry Aaron, former National League Most Valuable Player, called the selection of a pitcher (Boston's Roger Clemens) as the American League's MVP "a joke."

"Everyday players cannot win the Cy Young award, and pitchers should not be able to win the MVP award," Aaron said. "The pitchers have their own MVP award, and it's the Cy Young. I feel very strongly about that."

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